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Two of the bracelets found on Tutankhamun's arms. The massive rigid hinged gold example (a) has a cylinder of turquoise inset into a plaque smothered with applied wire and granulation. The other (b) has a flexible strap of gold and glass beads attached to a circular gold plaque, also highly decorated, with a central lapis lazuli inset.     From the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings,     W. Thebes. 18th Dynasty (1334-1325 B.C.)

Two of the bracelets found on Tutankhamun's arms. The massive rigid hinged gold example (a) has a cylinder of turquoise inset into a plaque smothered.

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Jewelry of King Sethos II Photographed in when camera's were still welcome in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Nowadays photography in this superb museum is made impossible

An impeccably preserved scarab brooch from the tomb of Tutankhamen (KV62) with a polished silica centre stone from the comet that fell 28 million years ago, impacting in Egypt.

This piece of Ancient Egyptian jewelry is a rebus pectoral scarab worn by King Tut-ankh-amun from Thebes. It symbolizes the birth of the moon and the sun and was part of the king’s coronation regalia.

In ancient Rome brides wore a fire-red veil, the flammeum, a symbolic reference to love and fertility.

various designs of jewelry from the Fayum coffin portraits, century AD, Egypt

Heather Hawkins Bezel Set Turquoise  Thread Thru Earrings

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